Brussels Airlines will be adding three new routes to its schedule from October 26th.
The carrier recently made a new deal with British carrier bmi that will allow the airline to provide its passengers with three additional services.
Brussels Airlines will introduce cheap flights to Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford and East Midlands airports, from October 26th as part of the new codeshare.
Erik Follet, EVP strategy and business development of Brussels Airlines, said: "We’re very happy with this important new partnership, which will allow us to consolidate and extend our presence in the UK market, with the addition of three new destinations.
"It’s a win/win agreement which will mean an increased service both for business and leisure passengers flying Brussels Airlines and bmi."
This announcement comes after German flagship carrier Lufthansa acquired a 45 percent stake in the airline.
The agreement between the two carriers was valued at €65 million when it was completed last month.